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COVID-19 complacency: ‘A hard shift for the immunocompromised’

COVID-19 complacency: ‘A hard shift for the immunocompromised’

Even with vaccines and antivirals, cancer patients and many others are still vulnerable to infection; some safety tips for this evolving pandemic
Hutch News - August 25, 2022
Navigating cancer and barriers, one person at a time

Navigating cancer and barriers, one person at a time

Need financial assistance? Interpreter services? Transportation to and from chemotherapy? Patient navigators help close cancer care gaps
Hutch News - June 28, 2022
ASCO 2022: Equity, innovation and in-person

ASCO 2022: Equity, innovation and in-person

Hutch cancer researchers, clinicians share findings on clinical trial eligibility, Medicaid expansion, wearables to track symptoms and more
Hutch News - June 09, 2022
Indigenous health equity focus of Pathways Symposium

Indigenous health equity focus of Pathways Symposium

Storytellers, scientists and public health leaders share strategies to decolonize, improve cancer research and care
Hutch News - May 24, 2022
Hutch trial will test new app to help teens stop vaping

Hutch trial will test new app to help teens stop vaping

Smoking cessation expert to adapt adult quit-smoking app for kids under 18; pilot trial will test its efficacy in 200 self-consenting teens
Hutch News - May 17, 2022
Understanding the mechanics of breast cancer metastasis

Understanding the mechanics of breast cancer metastasis

Ghajar Lab research reveals why muscle tissue doesn’t get mets, how dormant tumor cells in the brain wake up and proliferate
Hutch News - April 11, 2022
Do multivitamins and supplements like cocoa flavanols keep cancer, heart disease away?

Do multivitamins and supplements like cocoa flavanols keep cancer, heart disease away?

Scientists drill down into crucial Women’s Health Initiative data to get definitive answers on whether supplement use improves our health
Hutch News - April 06, 2022
Cancer, COVID-19 and proceeding with caution

Cancer, COVID-19 and proceeding with caution

Patients in treatment and those with compromised or suppressed immune systems eye the future — and pandemic’s wane — warily
Hutch News - February 16, 2022
In research and cancer care, Indigenous representation matters

In research and cancer care, Indigenous representation matters

Fred Hutch, UW researchers work to reduce risk and inequities and improve access to care, resources for Indigenous communities and patients
Hutch News - December 06, 2021
Beyond BRCA and breast cancer risk

Beyond BRCA and breast cancer risk

Inherited genetic variants contribute to many cancers; genetic testing, counseling key to evaluate risk, identify targeted therapies
Hutch News - November 08, 2021
Using AI to identify potential COVID-19, cancer therapies

Using AI to identify potential COVID-19, cancer therapies

Early findings show current drugs might be repurposed to calm COVID-19’s cytokine storms, treat metastatic prostate cancer
Hutch News - September 30, 2021
Life lessons in genetics, race and social justice

Life lessons in genetics, race and social justice

Science Education Partnership’s free, open-source curriculum units help high schoolers separate bias from biology
Hutch News - September 20, 2021
Last Modified, April 02, 2020